Parent Resources

Useful Links

Parent Signup

City of Downey

Downey City Library

Wellness Resources

WeTip: Confidential Reporting

Students are often afraid to report incidents for a multitude of reasons. WeTip’s Reporting System offers an anonymous way for students and their families to report various happenings like wellness concerns, vandalism, bullying and discrimination without fear.

WeTip Be the Solution Submit Anonymous Tip button

School Registration

Important Documents

Virtual Academy Student Handbook

Uniform Complaint Procedure
English | Spanish

District Registration Information


On-line Registration for all students opens on July 5, 2022.

2022–23 School Year:

It is mandatory that all parents complete the registration for their student(s) using the Parent Connection Portal at

A Parent Connection account is required to complete the registration. If you cannot remember your password, you will be able to reset your password by using the “Need Your Login Information?”. Parents of newly enrolled students that have not yet received the account information, your log-in and temporary password will be sent to you via email from our Student Information System “Q”.

The Registration Guide provides step-by-step instructions to guide you through the process. Download the guide: English | Spanish

Do you live outside of the District and need a permit?

Request a Permit Now!

Parent Student Guide

The Parent Student Guide contains the District policies and procedures you and your student should know to make the most of your school year.
2022-2023 Guide: English | Spanish

Health Policy Information

Please read the documents below for important information about Downey Unified Health, Medication & Illness Policies:

Health Forms

A complete list of health forms is available below. Please download, fill out, and turn in any forms that are applicable to your child. Your protections under HIPAA.

Immunization Requirements

All students must be immunized to attend school at DUSD. Please click on the forms and information below to learn more.

Student Accident & Sickness Insurance

Even though we take precautions to protect your child from injuries, accidents can and do happen while students are participating in school activities on campus, on school trips, and during extra-curricular activities and sports.

Although DUSD does not carry medical or dental insurance for your child, a variety of low-cost medical/dental insurance plans are available through Myers-Stevens & Toohey & Co., Inc.

More Information

Brochure: Student Accident & Sickness Insurance
English | Spanish

2022-2023 Letter to DUSD Parents
English | Spanish

have a great school year

Additional Forms & Information

Parent Rights and Procedural Safeguards
Important information for those who are enrolled in Downey-Montebello SELPA.
English  |  Spanish

Request to Not Release Student Directory Information
English | Spanish

Fees, Charges, and Deposits
Download Info Sheet

Downey Council PTA H.E.L.P.S.

Information regarding a food pantry sponsored by Downey Council PTA for the students and families of Downey Unified.

Wellness Resources

In Downey Unified’s Virtual Academy, we have a team working together to give you support academically, socially, and emotionally. Please know that you are NOT alone, and we are always here for you! We are fortunate that Downey Unified has partnered with multiple community and family resources to help. A great place for you to begin is by contacting your school counselor. The counselors can then refer you to an agency or you can always contact them directly.

  • TLC Family Resource Center (562) 904-3577
  • Community Family Guidance (562) 924-5526
  • Pacific Clinics (562) 907-0595
  • Care Solace (888) 515-0595
  • Trevor Lifeline LGBTQ (866) 488-7386

If you are concerned about your child, someone else, or need help for yourself, please reach out to your school office or an organization below:

  • Contact your child’s school counselor through your school’s main line or counseling office during normal business hours (Hours may be adjusted due to the school dismissal)
  • National Suicide Prevention Hotline (800) 273-TALK (8255)
    or text “START” to 741741 or go to
  • California Youth Crisis Line  Open 24/7 (800) 843-5200
  • Suicide Prevention Center (800) 727-4747
  • Department of Mental Health (800) 854-7771
  • Teen Line for teen to teen help: or text “TEEN” to 839863
  • Care Solace 24/7 Support, (888) 515-0595
  • Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health Psychiatric Mobile Response Team (PMRT) ACCESS Line (800) 854-7771

Well-being Apps

Vaping Resources